Publishing my first eBooks on Kindle

I am very happy to announce that my eBooks are available for pre-order!

The two eBooks are Successful to Burnt Out: Experiences of Women on the Autism Spectrum and Inaccessible, a poetry collection.

Two, Not Three

I decided to just focus on two eBooks instead of three.
The autobiography of my young adult years is too big of a project to be completed just yet.

You can read a bit more about my writing process here.

It’s probably no surprise to some of you how big of a project it is. I honestly hoped it would be ready for an April release, but it was far too much pressure.

A Quick Approval

I’m surprised that the two eBooks submitted to Kindle were approved on the first submission! I heard it can be a very difficult process.

I submitted them a month before my planned release date, as I expected the Kindle Direct Publishing team to send it back with requests for changes.

Pre Order

They are slated to be released on April 1st. This is on the 2017 Autism Acceptance Day.

Although I am a bit confused as something in my Kindle bookshelf says any orders will be delivered on the 3rd April.

In the meantime they can be pre-ordered on Kindle. Just click on the links below.

Successful to Burnt Out: Experiences of Women on the Autism Spectrum 

Australian Kindle store

US Kindle Store

Inaccessible: Poetry about Inaccessible Things.

Australian Kindle Store

US Kindle Store

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A link to my eBooks in the Kindle store
My eBooks in the Kindle store